Reimagining workspaces: Perspectives from IPC’s vantage point
The definition of an office is forever evolving with the pandemic changing the idea of a traditional workplace. Organisations and employees alike had to adapt quickly and with vaccinations rollouts and gradual easing of restrictions, they have begun to reconsider the concept as well as purpose of an office space. It has become important to reshape workplaces for the modern workforce and the post pandemic offices of tomorrow will have to be redesigned in such a way that it meets the changing needs and expectations of employers and employees, both.
The years 2020 and 2021 have forever changed the way organisations function around the world and with emerging trends and new learnings, the CRE industry had to quickly re-strategize and adapt accordingly. And while the ever changing normal has drastically impacted the CRE sector in 2020, better days are expected, going forward as the industry reimagines its strategies to overcome the difficulties brought about by the pandemic for a sustained recovery and to gain momentum in the coming years.
Conventional, Remote or Hybrid: Occupiers’ Perspective on Workspace 2021
Large corporates with massive real estate portfolios were forced to reassess their work models due to the evolving conditions in 2020. There is an ongoing debate on the efficacy of work models that will pave the way for the future of workspaces – Conventional, Remote or Hybrid, as we already begin to see workforce flocking back to offices with the second wave showing signs of waning.